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  1. The TreeTrace_Douglas database includes images and measurements at several stages of the processing of Douglas fir logs, from sawmill logyard to machine grading and destructive testing of boards, and is suitable ...

    Authors: Fleur Longuetaud, Guillaume Pot, Frédéric Mothe, Alexis Barthelemy, Rémi Decelle, Florian Delconte, Xihe Ge, Grégoire Guillaume, Théo Mancini, Tojo Ravoajanahary, Jean-Claude Butaud, Robert Collet, Isabelle Debled-Rennesson, Bertrand Marcon, Phuc Ngo, Benjamin Roux…
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:46
  2. This study presents the first attempt to quantify how the thigmomorphogenetic syndrome is involved in Fagus sylvatica L. tree growth responses to thinning. An experimental design preventing mechanosensing in half...

    Authors: Joel Hans Dongmo Keumo Jiazet, Jana Dlouha, Meriem Fournier, Bruno Moulia, François Ningre and Thiery Constant
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:44
  3. In mixed stands of Pinus pinaster and Pinus pinea, fewer insect vectors of the pinewood nematode (PWN) were captured than in pure P. pinaster stands. This finding has practical implications for PWN disease manage...

    Authors: Inge van Halder, Alberto Sacristan, Jorge Martín-García, Juan Alberto Pajares and Hervé Jactel
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:43
  4. We propose a coupled framework to combine the strengths of the Weibull function in modeling diameter distributions and the ability of the k-nearest neighbor (kNN) method to impute spatially continuous forest stan...

    Authors: Yuanyuan Fu, Hong S. He, Shaoqiang Wang and Lunche Wang
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:42
  5. Fifteen species are most susceptible to require vegetation control during tree regeneration in the range of our study. Among these 15 species, Rubus fruticosus, Pteridium aquilinum, and Molinia caerulea cover eac...

    Authors: Noé Dumas, Jean-Luc Dupouey, Jean-Claude Gégout, Vincent Boulanger, Jean-Daniel Bontemps, François Morneau, Marine Dalmasso and Catherine Collet
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:41
  6. We used clustering to construct fuel classes from fuel inventory data based on three stand attributes relevant to crown fire behaviour: surface fuel load (SFL), canopy base height (CBH) and canopy bulk density...

    Authors: Nathan Phelps and Jennifer L. Beverly
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:40
  7. In temperate hardwood forests, increased intensity of soil and canopy disturbances tends to increase species richness due to the establishment of numerous early-successional plant species. However, while compe...

    Authors: Romain Jaeger, Sylvain Delagrange, Isabelle Aubin, Gilles Joanisse, Patricia Raymond and David Rivest
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:39
  8. The core populations of the European white elm (Ulmus laevis Pall.) located in Poland maintained slightly higher level of genetic diversity compared to the peripheral populations of this species.

    Authors: Monika Litkowiec, Magdalena Chudzińska, Anna Pasławska, Małgorzata Pałucka, Czesław Kozioł and Andrzej Lewandowski
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:38
  9. MADS-box genes family may play important roles in the flower sex determination in Excoecaria agallocha. A total of 73 MADS-box genes were identified in E. agallocha. De novo transcriptome assembly analysis sugges...

    Authors: Yan Zhou, Lulu Hao, Lexiang Huang, Xiaoming Tang, Danting Zhuo, Li Yun Wang and Ying Zhang
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:36
  10. Climate envelope analysis of nine tree species shows that Fagus sylvatica L. and Picea abies H. Karst could lose 58% and 40% of their current distribution range. Quercus pubescens Willd and Quercus cerris L. may ...

    Authors: Gábor Illés and Norbert Móricz
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:35
  11. Dead wood in forests is an important resource due to its role for nutrient cycles, carbon budgets, and biodiversity, among other. While standing and downed dead wood are typically monitored in National Forest...

    Authors: Markus Didion and Meinrad Abegg
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:34
  12. Forest harvest removal may cause nutrient depletion of soils, when removal of essential nutrients, including nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), sulphur (S), calcium (Ca), potassium (K) and magnesium (Mg) exceeds th...

    Authors: Anjo de Jong, Wim de Vries, Hans Kros and Joop Spijker
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:33
  13. Forest fragmentation leads to a micro-environmental condition that favors the proliferation of liana, which infest trees, compete with them, and reduce their performance. To report the state of the art of the ...

    Authors: Betânia da Cunha Vargas, Maria Tereza Grombone-Guaratini and Leonor Patrícia Cerdeira Morellato
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:32
  14. The timely and accurate monitoring of forest resources is becoming of increasing importance in light of the multi-functionality of these ecosystems and their increasing vulnerability to climate change. Remote ...

    Authors: Guido Ceccherini, Gregory Duveiller, Giacomo Grassi, Guido Lemoine, Valerio Avitabile, Roberto Pilli and Alessandro Cescatti
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:31
  15. Shoot cultures from a population of British ash trees (Fraxinus excelsior L.) were assessed for their ability to form roots in vitro and to grow in nursery conditions. Most of the plants survived whether they had...

    Authors: Trevor Fenning, Margaret O’Donnell, Katharine Preedy, Aurélia Bézanger, David Kenyon and Gustavo Lopez
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:30
  16. Potential CH4 oxidation in the top soil layer increased with decreasing soil water content in spring but was inhibited during severe summer drought in naturally-regenerated oak-dominated temperate deciduous fores...

    Authors: Nicolas Bras, Caroline Plain and Daniel Epron
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:29
  17. This document describes a dataset obtained from a field sampling program conducted in Alberta, Canada. Field data were used to describe the structure and composition of forest stands, including several fuel lo...

    Authors: Nathan Phelps, Hilary Cameron, Air M. Forbes, Tom Schiks, Dave Schroeder and Jennifer L. Beverly
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:28
  18. Sessile oak (Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl.) provenance variation was assessed in a multisite test based on traits of economic and ecological relevance in France. While climatic drivers generated genetic clines a...

    Authors: Quentin Girard, Alexis Ducousso, Clothilde Boubée de Gramont, Jean Marc Louvet, Patrick Reynet, Brigitte Musch and Antoine Kremer
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:27
  19. Provenance tests are invaluable resources in forest genetics and ecology. They were originally established for seed sourcing research, but they are now also used for monitoring and predicting population respon...

    Authors: Alexis Ducousso, François Ehrenmann, Quentin Girard, Jean Baptiste Lamy, Jean Marc Louvet, Patrick Reynet, Brigitte Musch and Antoine Kremer
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:26
  20. The accuracy of gap age estimation can be improved from 5–6 to 2 years by analyzing the annual width and carbon isotope discrimination of the rings of gap-surrounding trees.

    Authors: Qiaoling Yan, Chunyu Zhu, Jiaojun Zhu, Lining Song, G. Geoff Wang and Deliang Lu
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:25
  21. Our results indicate that nitrogen deposition is likely to adversely affect forest bryophyte communities, having negative impacts in terms of increased dominance of nitrophilic species at the expense of N-sens...

    Authors: James Weldon, Julian Merder, Marco Ferretti and Ulf Grandin
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:24
  22. An influence of the recent changes in temperature or rainfall was demonstrated, increasing background tree mortality rates for 2/3 of the 12 studied tree species. Climate change-induced tree mortality was exac...

    Authors: Adrien Taccoen, Christian Piedallu, Ingrid Seynave, Anne Gégout-Petit and Jean-Claude Gégout
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:23
  23. The lack of efficient phenotyping capacities has been recognized as a bottleneck in forestry phenotyping and breeding. Modern phenotyping technologies use systems equipped with various imaging sensors to autom...

    Authors: Liming Bian, Huichun Zhang, Yufeng Ge, Jaroslav Čepl, Jan Stejskal and Yousry A. EL-Kassaby
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:22
  24. Nothofagus alpina (Poepp. et Endl.) Oerst. and Nothofagus obliqua (Mirb.) Oerst forests have strong fine-scale spatial genetic structures. The intensity of genetic structure patterns differed according to species...

    Authors: Georgina Sola, Paula Marchelli, Leonardo Gallo, Luis Chauchard and Verónica El Mujtar
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:21
  25. Bird assemblages in planted spruce (Picea abies L.) forests were compositionally distinct from those in naturally regenerated mixed stands. Despite rapid stand development on productive soils, even-aged silvicult...

    Authors: Eliisa Pass, Raido Kont and Asko Lõhmus
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:20
  26. Forest monitoring in Europe is turning matter of renewed political concern, and a possible role for ICP Forests health monitoring has been suggested to meet this goal (Ann For Sci 78:94, 2021). Multipurpose natio...

    Authors: Jean-Daniel Bontemps, Olivier Bouriaud, Cédric Vega and Laura Bouriaud
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:19
  27. Defoliation significantly affected biomass allocation of Robinia pseudoacacia L. and Sophora japonica L., but leaf physiology readjusted to control levels at the end of the experiment. Considering carbon or sink ...

    Authors: Mingyan Li, Xiao Guo, Lele Liu, Jian Liu, Ning Du and Weihua Guo
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:18
  28. Managing forest risks in uncertain times of climate change necessitates novel and adaptive forest decision approaches. Multiple risks (biotic and abiotic) and sources of uncertainty should be identified, and t...

    Authors: Rasoul Yousefpour and David R. Gray
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:16
  29. A vegetation analysis revealed the extent of recolonization by native vegetation of a 25-year-old Cupressus spp. plantation in northern Iran. A young indigenous Quercus-Carpinus community replaced the conifers in...

    Authors: Masoud Jafarzade, Hooman Ravanbakhsh, Alireza Moshki and Maryam Mollashahi
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:15
  30. Managing forest residues according to the carbon content of the soil helps to minimize the ecological footprint of their removal.

    Authors: Maria Teresa Pergola, Luigi Saulino, Maria Castellaneta, Angelo Rita, Giovanni Pecora, Mario Cozzi, Nicola Moretti, Osvaldo Pericolo, Domenico Pierangeli, Severino Romano, Mauro Viccaro and Francesco Ripullone
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:14
  31. Bark stripping wounds by red deer (Cervus elavus L.) were assessed on 9026 Norway spruce trees. Wound variables (length, width, area, relative width, height above ground, and angle) were analysed using generalize...

    Authors: Christoph Hahn and Sonja Vospernik
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:13
  32. We identified the effect of microclimatic conditions on soil mite communities (Mesostigmata) during the decomposition of broadleaved and coniferous litter. The abundance, species richness, and diversity of mit...

    Authors: Jacek Kamczyc, Marcin K. Dyderski, Paweł Horodecki and Andrzej M. Jagodziński
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:12
  33. Different components of water balance and temperature reduce density and height growth of saplings of Picea abies (L.) H. Karst (Norway spruce), Abies alba Mill. (silver fir) and Fagus sylvatica L. (European beec...

    Authors: Mithila Unkule, Christian Piedallu, Philippe Balandier and Benoit Courbaud
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:11
  34. At the sixth and seventh years of a drought event in south of Chile, non-structural carbohydrate (NSC) concentrations were similar between healthy and unhealthy trees of Araucaria araucana (Molina) K. Koch, and g...

    Authors: Mylthon Jiménez-Castillo, Alex Fajardo, Paulina Lobos-Catalán, Patricio Torres-Morales and Frida I. Piper
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:10
  35. A method to segregate trees and logs of planted Eucalyptus nitens (H. Deane & Maiden) Maiden has been developed, showing that accounting for wood quality during the process of segregation and sorting of timber re...

    Authors: Michelle Balasso, Mark Hunt, Andrew Jacobs and Julianne O’Reilly-Wapstra
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:9
  36. In order to preserve the continuity of epiphytic and epixylic cryptogamic flora, two things are essential: maintaining the near-natural character of a forest community in relation to the montane zonation and m...

    Authors: Damian Chmura, Jan Żarnowiec and Monika Staniaszek-Kik
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:7
  37. Understanding plant resilience and adaptation to drought is a major challenge in crop and forest sciences. Several methods have been developed to assess the vulnerability to xylem embolism. The in situ flow ce...

    Authors: Régis Burlett, Camille Parise, Gaëlle Capdeville, Hervé Cochard, Laurent J. Lamarque, Andrew King and Sylvain Delzon
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:5
  38. The dataset provides digital dendrometer measurements on stem circumference of irrigated and non-irrigated Pinus pinea trees. Data were obtained in a xeric non-native habitat of central Chile. Forest mensuration ...

    Authors: Veronica Loewe-Muñoz, Rodrigo del Río, Claudia Delard and Mónica Balzarini
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:4
  39. Decreasing acorns moisture content does not significantly increase the frost resistance of pedunculate oak seeds. Slight reduction in acorn moisture content below the relatively high, optimal level decreased s...

    Authors: Paweł Chmielarz, Jan Suszka and Mikołaj Krzysztof Wawrzyniak
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:3
  40. Using satellite-based maps, Ceccherini et al. (Nature 583:72-77, 2020) report abruptly increasing harvested area estimates in several EU countries beginning in 2015. Using more than 120,000 National Forest Inv...

    Authors: Johannes Breidenbach, David Ellison, Hans Petersson, Kari T. Korhonen, Helena M. Henttonen, Jörgen Wallerman, Jonas Fridman, Terje Gobakken, Rasmus Astrup and Erik Næsset
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2022 79:2
  41. The aim of the study was to distinguish orchards from other lands with forest vegetation based on the data from airborne laser scanning. The methods based on granulometry provided better results than the patte...

    Authors: Tomasz Hycza and Przemysław Kupidura
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2021 78:101
  42. Irrigation of adult stone pine trees growing in a xeric non-native habitat had positive effects not only in stem diameter growth but also in tree response to climatic variability. ...

    Authors: Veronica Loewe-Muñoz, Rodrigo del Río, Claudia Delard and Mónica Balzarini
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2021 78:99
  43. The shrub species richness in Spanish forests is mainly linked to climatic variables and the importance of the groups of variables scarcely differs among forest types. Forest surrounding the Mediterranean Basi...

    Authors: Daniel Moreno-Fernández, Isabel Cañellas and Iciar Alberdi
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2021 78:98
  44. We present a methodological framework that both scientists and supply chain actors can mobilise to organise information at different scales of observation, and further make informed decisions r...

    Authors: Jean-Baptiste Pichancourt, Rodolphe Bauer, Antoine Billard, Maree Brennan, Sylvain Caurla, Antoine Colin, Adrien Contini, Sylvain Cosgun, Henri Cuny, Stéphane Dumarçay, Mathieu Fortin, Philippe Gérardin, David Jean Hentges, Fleur Longuetaud, Béatrice Richard, Holger Wernsdörfer…
    Citation: Annals of Forest Science 2021 78:97